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Map of entering the port of Callao

Callao, Callao officially, is a city located in west-central Peru, on the central coast of the Peruvian coast in the west central area of South America, 15 kilometers from the Historic Center of Lima. It is located along the Pacific Ocean west of the Province of Lima, which is conurbada.


OTHER PORTS

Paita

It is the second national port, after Callao, in the movement of containers and fifth overall cargo movement. The port of Paita is the main port of northern Peru, mobilizing import and export containers (mainly aquatic and agricultural products) and general cargo. In the first quarter of 2009 it was concessioned to Luso-Peruvian consortium Euroandinos Port Terminals (TPE), who signed the contract in September of that year.

Chimbote

The Port of Chimbote is located in Chimbote in the province of Santa, Ancash, Peru. It is the third most important port of Peru after the ports of Callao and Paita. The port administration is responsible for the Regional Government of Ancash.                     Currently this port is in the process of privatization. This process is supervised by ProInversión. This port focuses its operations into fishmeal and agricultural products.

Salaverry

Port of Salaverry is located in Trujillo, La Libertad. The port is located at 8 ° 13 '27 "south latitude and 78 ° 59' 52" west longitude, at a distance approximately 14 kilometers from the center of the city of Trujillo and is very close to the Panamerican Highway (8 Km ). The port has two docks that are of direct berthing jetty type. The pier No. 01 is 225 m long and 25 m wide. The spring N ° 02 is 230 m long and 30 m wide. The type of platform and construction is reinforced concrete piles. The administration is in charge of the national port.

Matarani

It is located in the district of Islay in Islay, Arequipa (Peru). It is one of three South Pacific Peruvian ports (Marcona and Ilo) where it exits the Interoceanic highway to the south of Peru and neighboring countries of Brazil and Bolivia along those lines interconnecting the Brazilian Atlantic. This port, managed to place 2008 as the second busiest in Peru after Callao.

Ilo

It is located in Ilo, Moquegua. It is one of three South Pacific Peruvian ports (Marcona and Matarani) where it exits the Interoceanic highway to the south of Peru and neighboring countries of Brazil and Bolivia along those lines interconnecting the Brazilian Atlantic. The port of Ilo began operating on 29 May 1970 and is located in an area of 81 thousand 445 square meters. The administration is in charge of the national port and has a capacity of 1 million tons.

Pisco

The port of Pisco, officially the Port Terminal General San Martin, is a seaport on the central coast of Peru, in the south-eastern Pacific, is located in Punta Pejerrey, District of Paracas, Province of Pisco, Department of Ica.